The Broadsheet in print
The Broadsheet has been Lower Manhattan’s most-trusted residential newspaper since 1997. Sized at 15 x 22 3/4 inches, the Broadsheet is slightly longer and wider than The New York Times. It is printed every two weeks on each new moon and full moon. 10,000 free copies are distributed into more than 125 doorman-staffed residential buildings, as well as into community centers, libraries, schools, and restaurants in Battery Park City, Tribeca, the Seaport, and the Financial District.
The digital Broadsheet
Emailed free on weekday mornings to more than 4,500 subscribers, the BroadsheetDAILY has an open rate of 50% – 55% each day (compared to the industry average of 27%). The BroadsheetDAILY contains the latest news of Lower Manhattan, a calendar of the day’s events, and other popular features including RiverWatch, Eyes to the Sky, Letters, and Day in History. It is designed to be skimmed in a few minutes each morning. After the BroadsheetDAILY is published, news and features are uploaded to eBroadsheet.com.
Please email Alison Simko, publisher of the Broadsheet, at firstname.lastname@example.org, for a media kit that details sizes and prices for both print and digital ads.
Other forms of advertising include classified ads ($3/word; ad is repeated six times) and free-standing inserts ($2,650 per delivery). Small business discounts are available.
Payment is due in advance by check or Paypal. All prices are net.